When possible, I share my articles on Research Gate.

Mapping transnational resistances to LGBT equalities: Canada & the UK

Journal Articles


Browne, K., C.J. Nash and A. Gorman-Murray (Under Review). Geographies of heteroactivisms: Recuperating heteronorms in an era of same-sex marriage. Transactions (March, 2017).

Maguire, H., A. McCartan, C.J. Nash, and K. Browne (Under Review). The enduring field: Exploring researcher emotions in covert research with antagonistic organizations. AREA. (Feb. 2018).

Browne, K., and Nash, C. J. (2017). Heteroactivism: beyond anti-gay. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 16(4), 643-652.

Nash, C. J. and K. A. Browne. (2015) Best for society?: Transnational opposition to sexual and gender equalities in Canada and Great Britain. Gender, Place and Culture 22 (4): 561-577.

Browne, K. A. and C. J. Nash (2014). Resisting LGBT rights where 'we have won': Canada and England. Journal of Human Rights 13 (3): 322-336. 


Book Chapters

Nash, C.J., A. Gorman-Murray and K.A. Browne (Under Review), 'Transnational geographies of intransigence: interrogating resistance to marriage equality in advanced industrialized democracies.'  

Nash, C. J., K. Browne and A. Gorman-Murray (Under Review). 'LGBT families and 'motherless' children: Tracking heteronormative resistances in Great Britain, Canada and Australia,' in L. Johnston and K. Johnston (eds.) Mothers/Mothering: Space and place. Demeter Press (Revised June, 2017). 

Browne, K., & Nash, C. J. (2018). Resisting marriage equalities: The complexities of religious opposition to same sex marriage. In N. Bartolini, S. MacKian, & S. Pile (Eds.), Spaces of Spirituality: Routledge.

Browne, K.A. and C. J. Nash (2015). ‘Opposing Same-Sex Marriage, by supporting Civil Partnerships: Resistances to LGBT Equalities’, in Nicola Barker and Daniel Monk (eds) From Civil Partnership to Same-Sex Marriage 2004-2014: Interdisciplinary Reflections. Routledge, pp. 161-178.

Nash, C. J. (2015). ‘Reflecting on Lesbian Geographies’, in Kath Browne and Eduarda Fieria (eds) Lesbian Geographies. Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 249-260.

Nash, C. J. and K. A. Browne (2015). 'Sexual Politics,' In John Agnew, Virginie Mamadouh, Jo Sharp, and Anna J. Secor (eds.)  The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Political Geography.

Browne, K. A. and C. J. Nash. (2010) ‘Queer methods and methodologies: An introduction’, in Kath Browne and Catherine Jean Nash (eds.) Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research London: Ashgate, pp. 2-23.